Republican and Democratic delegates head to their state conventions tomorrow [Tribune, KSL, ABC 4].
Democrat Peter Cooke chooses Vince Rampton, son of former Governor Calvin Rampton, as his running mate [Tribune, Deseret News, Daily Herald, Fox 13].
Bob "The Oracle" Bernick makes his predictions ahead of the state conventions [Utah Policy].
Orrin Hatch may come up just short of the number needed to avoid a primary [Utah Policy].
Gary Herbert is sitting pretty heading into tomorrow's state convention [Utah Policy].
The Republican race in Utah's 2nd Congressional district is still up for grabs [Utah Policy].
Mia Love and Carl Wimmer appear headed for a primary in the 4th Congressional district [Utah Policy].
A super PAC sends out a nasty mailer hitting Carl Wimmer ahead of the state convention [Utah Policy].
Republican delegates get an anonymous mailer slamming the Common Core education standards [Tribune].
Paul Rolly says it's really funny how Rep. LaVar Christensen keeps getting last-minute help for his campaigns [Tribune].
Republicans and Democrats aren't the only political party holding a convention in Utah on Saturday [City Weekly].
Most Utahns say they would support using tax dollars to improve online access to government records [Tribune].
Thousands of undocumented workers filed tax returns this year in Utah [Deseret News].
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker will deliver his annual budget speech a week before he actually releases the proposal [Tribune].